Some pictures from the 2018 Santa Specials Season
Count to three? Sounds like someone is going to get a creamcake in the face. Find out below when you reach the  Bake-Off at Santa’s Village.
Below, Lucy, who has been a regular visitor to DVLR to see Santa for some years is now well know to the staff who look forwards to seeing her. In the first picture, Lucy and two of her friends are sharing a joke with Santa. For reasons of access, the guard is pleased to allow Lucy the rare privilege of getting her present on the guards van. There is a gallery of further pictures of Lucy’s visit towards the foot of this page. Shortcut to Lucy’s Gallery >>> After the train ride and receiving their presents, children could meet Santa again and  have their photographs taken with him. On to the starting point for the next tour to Santa’s Village. Chief Elf Bauble led the tour to Santa’s Village. On the way he stopped to point out what might be described as “specialist Christmas  machinery”, and also Santa’s  reindeer. Just as Chief Elf Bauble brought the Santa Village Tour within sight of the Village and was telling everyone that the elves had said they would be unable to come out today, they all came out behind him! That’s elves for you. C’est la vie! An Elf Bake-Off Competition was being judged. He had been asking for the cake and now click to see him getting it. 1 - 2 - 3. After visitors had walked through Santa’s house, an elf was bidding farewell as they made their exit to other areas of Santa’s village. A spectacle of light in Santa’s Depot Leaving Santa’s village and going on to the fairground. After the kids had such a great time, it was then time for the  adults’ complimentary mince pie and drink in Murton Park’s main building.          Lucy’s Gallery
Lucy’s Gallery Lucy’s Gallery
Derwent Valley Light Railway
Derwent Valley Light Railway Society  is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Registered number 1161623
Derwent Valley Light Railway ℅ Murton Park, Murton Lane, Murton, York, YO19 5UF
Click for Derwent Valley Light Railway on day out with the kids Murton Park
Santa  Specials 2018
Derwent Valley Light Railway ℅ Murton Park, Murton Lane, Murton, York, YO19 5UF
Murton Park Murton Park
In the picture below below is Lucy, who has been a regular visitor to DVLR to see Santa for some years and is now well know to the staff who look forwards to seeing her. In the picture below, Lucy and two of her friends are sharing a joke with Santa. For reasons of access, the guard is pleased to allow Lucy the rare privilege of receiving her present on the guards van. A picture gallery of Lucy’s time at DVLR / Murton Park Santa SpecialEvent Event is available on tablets and PCs. After the train ride, children could meet Santa and have pictures taken with him in his Grotto . On to the starting point for the next tour to Santa’s Village. Chief Elf Bauble led the tour to Santa’s Village. On the way he stopped to point out what might be described as “specialist Christmas machinery”, and also Santa’s reindeer. # Just as Chief Elf Bauble brought the Santa Village Tour within sight of the Village and was telling everyone that the elves had said they would be unable to come out today, they all came out behind him! That’s elves for you.  C’est la vie! An Elf Bake-Off Competition was being judged. Below. He had been asking for the cake and now he was getting it. 1 - 2 - 3. Below. After visitors had walked  through Santa’s house, an elf was bidding farewell as they made their exit to other areas of Santa’s village. A spectacle of light in Santa’s Depot. Leaving Santa’s village and going on to the fairground. After the kids had such a great time, it was then time for the  adults’ complimentary mince pie and a drink in Murton Park’s main building.
Count to three? Sounds like someone is going to get a cream cake in the face. Find out below when you reach the Bake-Off at Santa’s Village.
Derwent Valley Light Railway Society  is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Registered number 1161623
Click: Derwent Valley Light Railway on day out with the kids Click: Derwent Valley Light Railway on day out with the kids